How to reprogram Peugeot 207 car key after changing plip battery?

Key opens the door and starts car but central locking needs to be reprogrammed please help

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  • 7 years ago
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    Switch ignition off

    Switch ignition on with the key to be synchronised

    Press and hold in the LOCK button on the key for at least 10 seconds

    Turn ignition off

    Remove key from ignition and test that it works the locks.

    If the above fails you almost certainly have a faulty car or key

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  • 6 years ago

    central locking not working and on dash its says faulty brake light faulty side light faulty revers light falty fog light every thing comes on dash its on a peugoet 207

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    5 years ago

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  • Helga
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    4 years ago

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    No, they're not a good car in any way shape or form, and if you can afford the huge insurance as a new driver (£4000 upwards, probably double that on a 1.6 engined car) then you can afford something decent! Fairdo - the ENTIRE Peugeot range is cr4p, not just the 07 range! Frey - WTF? He's spent an arm and a leg on repairs, but it's been reliable? How do you figure that one?! Reliable means spending NOTHING on repairs, spending loads on repairs is UNRELIABLE!!

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  • 4 years ago

    As far as reliability go, 1.4 petrol is your best bet, either the 70 or 90HP version. the 70HP version is going to be cheapest to insure. Stay away from the 1.6 HDi, despite it being more reliable than the 1.6 petrol models. They don't have any particular faults, it really depends on the previous owner and how strict the maintenance schedule was followed. Just the usual wear and tear for used cars e.g ball joints, track rod ends, lower arm bushes and such. Good for new driver, I'd say so. easy to see out of and the steering is nice and light. Insurance and tax is cheap. your first year of insurance will be over £2200 with ANY car.

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  • eddi
    Lv 4
    3 years ago

    Plip Key

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